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a quick note about health and fitness

the same things don’t work for everyone.

some people love lifting. some people prefer running. that’s okay.

some people love intuitive eating. some people prefer tracking macros. that’s okay.

some people love eating plant based. some people prefer eating more processed foods. that’s okay.

find your fitness and find your healthy, it’s different for everyone. 

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新宿寒桜 by Shinichiro Saka
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新宿御苑

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Bog Beacon (Mitrula paludosa) by BiteYourBum.Com Photography
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Bog Beacon (Mitrula paludosa)at Rackham Woods, West Sussex England

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Robert Llewellyn Explores the Enchanting Complexity of Magnified Plant Life

Robert Llewellyn’s captivating macro photography draws one deep into a hidden world. By exploring the otherworldly intricacies of plant life, his images allow one to really see the complexity and beauty of nature’s design. Balancing commercial photography work with his series of books (Seeing Flowers, Seeing Trees and Seeing Seeds), Llewellyn’s images bring a whole new level of observation to the natural world.

via: mymodernmet 


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posted by Margaret